Art. World. Jobs.
Develop your talents as you provide effective HR administration.
Here at Tate, we’re committed to creating an organisation that is culturally inclusive and artistically adventurous – and enables all employees to contribute their ideas, realise their potential and enjoy the experience of working at Tate.
This HR Support Level 3 apprenticeship aims to provide an exciting way into a Human Resources career within the cultural sector. Through this apprenticeship you will develop the skills and knowledge needed to succeed in a HR career. You will gain an internationally recognised CIPD qualification as part of the apprenticeship alongside invaluable work experience.
You’ll be an integral member of our small, dedicated team as we strive to provide an outstanding and continually improving HR service to Tate. You’ll be a first point of contact for queries from staff, managers and prospective job applicants on all aspects of the HR Service. We’ll look to you to induct new members of staff, ensuring they feel welcome, have vital information and gain a positive first impression of Human Resources on their first day with Tate. Alongside managing all administrative processes associated with recruitment and selection, including training managers on our online recruitment system, you will maintain information systems, including our computerised HR and payroll database.
A supportive and flexible team player, you will have experience of working in an administrative support role including maintaining administrative systems and using Microsoft based word-processing, database, spreadsheet, internet and email applications. Keen to develop a career in human resources and study towards a CIPD qualification, you will have strong IT skills together with the ability to build working relationships with employees at all levels of the organisation, both in person and in writing. Your attention to detail when dealing with data input, correspondence and basic calculations will make you stand out.
Tate aims to attract and retain talented people from all backgrounds, and these opportunities are for people to learn and develop new skills. We particularly encourage applications from black, ethnic minority, and disabled applicants as these groups are currently underrepresented in the cultural sector.
Art. World. Jobs.